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I just got invited to interview on Nov 6th, too! So excited!

I'm coming on November 6th!     Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

I am a current student and were told that the program would be notified at the end of March or early April. I imagine it could be any day now. Good luck to all those waiting to hear!

Hi, everyone! I'm going into my second year in the SUPA program (the new first-years start Monday!) and I'm excited to meet all of you who will interview in November (usually they have an interview session in November, January, and February)! If you have any logistics questions or questions about the program (basically anything besides "what will I be asked in the interview?" because I obviously can't give you that information!) please feel free to send me a message. I don't get on here too often but I try to check my messages every once in a while.
Good luck to all of you! SUPA is a "supa" choice! You won't regret it. :)

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Question, I am in process of completing my application too, how can I report the ECE official transcript to caspa, what info should I give ECE when I request it, and should I wait to do that after submitting my app or can I do it now

 

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